Sunday, 2 February 2014

EXPOSED: South-West Conservative Future & Their National Chairman Candidate - 'The Next Boris Johnson'.


POTENTIAL CONSERVATIVE FUTURE (CF) National Chairman candidate Robert Graham has found himself under the microscope since making an appearance in a recent CF poll on future national chairman candidate hopefuls' current standing, TBG can reveal.

Charismatic Robert sensationally launched his bid on Twitter shortly after his poll appearance declaring to stand for democracy and CF, whilst slamming the current National Executive for serving their term longer than CF'ers are comfortable with.

[Pic] Twitter Launch
The committed Tory activist recently stood to be elected as the Membership Officer for South-West CF, following the resignation of the previous post-holder. Sources have revealed to TBG that the hardworking Robert Graham has "long been trying to influence the South-West Executive", in order to raise his profile with a view toward standing against the current chairman, Toby Elliot.

At a function, less than 3 months ago, according his local colleague Adam Hinks, Robert is alleged to have been "openly disloyal" toward the current Executive leadership and forthcoming about his electoral intentions, claiming that the Chairman - "Lacked charisma and any real leadership qualities".

One source has sensationally revealed a state of scandal & investigations at South-West CF centered around the national chairman wannabe - "It was during the elections for the position of membership officer that the first signs of trouble occurred. Robert had indicated that he was standing from early on in the process and had expected to be elected unopposed. However, a CF'er from Weston Super Mare also decided to run for election, despite having known Rob for a long time.

"A colleague of mine, who holds a senior position within the South-West region, recounted to me that he were harangued for days via many forms of communication by Robert who was trying to secure his vote. This seemed to be the same for many other Executive members.

"Before the selection meeting, it is alleged that Robert commented to Harry Ives (Deputy Political) that he thought it was ‘perfectly alright to get personal’ during the contest. He made claims about Ed’s ‘academic background’, his ‘learning difficulties’ and his ‘lack of political experience’."

An argument followed with senior members of the South-West area.

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TBG's source concludes the account by suggesting Robert Graham can't yet win elections, a claim that may well propel him to run the race and prove his critics wrong - "Suffice to say that Robert subsequently lost the election by a landslide. Furthermore, the regional Chairman, Toby Elliot opened an investigation into Robert’s behaviour and inexcusable actions.

"Robert has also stood in the Bristol and South Gloucestershire CF elections. He once again failed to secure a position on CF."

[Pic] Ambitious Robert
Local Tories say the CF national chairman contender should wait to run for such a prominent role until - "He matures and his attitude improves towards other people."

Despite all of these internal local struggles for Robert, sources do say that he is a committed member of CF who frequently goes above and beyond the call of duty both in campaigning and attending events.

TBG also understands that other CF'ers have approvingly labeled zesty Robert Graham, "the next Boris Johnson" and "the only hope for CF".

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UPDATE >> South-West Tory War Deepens As Claims Of 'Manipulation' Rock Conservative Future


luke Stevens said...

The Previous post holder was me and the reason for my resignation as membership officer is set out here

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Ed Roseff said...

I would just like to say that all the claims made by Robert about myself mentioned above are not true and that I am rather shocked, saddened and angered by the playground insults, personal attacks and other underhand tactics he used against me to try and win the South West CF Membership Officer Election with especially given how long I have known him for and these comments follow on from many other problems Robert has caused Senior CF members across the South West over the past couple of months. However I must give him credit for his hardwork and dedication to our party and I have no doubt that he cares deeply about CF, but I do feel that he should wait to run for such a Senior Role until he matures and shows more respect and humility for other people and that is precisely part of the reason why I won the Membership Officer Position and he didn't and it is a Position that I will serve in to my utmost and to the best of my ability, regardless of what Robert's personal views of that are.

Anonymous said...

Robert is a sound guy. You know exactly where you stand with him. He is the Boris Johnson of CF, and just like Frank Underwood in House of Cards. He gets things done. Period.

Would like to see him running as Chair. Can not believe the current national exec will be in place past 2015 without any election.

Anonymous said...

CF Needs a dynamic Team Robert to take the organisation forward. Robert Graham and Robert Winfield the pair have all the skills to deliver thrills.

Anonymous said...

He's a child, he needs to grow up before standing for the national exec.

Anonymous said...

small observation isnt Winfield in his 60s surely hes too old to be hanging around CF let alone running in CF Elections, Has anyone checked the constitution?

Anonymous said...

Robert Graham would bring CF down. He is totally clueless, with ideas of grandeur. He needs to leave CF & his dreams of being CF Chairman behind.

Anonymous said...

TBG It would be difficult for the Robert slate to run in CF Elections, what with one banned from events in South West Area and other Robert banned from CF events in Yorkshire please clarify if this has changed?

Gareth Milner said...

Interesting the number of "anon comments" being left here. Regardless of how wide the displeasure may be towards Mr Graham, I can't help but wonder if these comments are the work of someone who should have better things to spend their time on?

Glad to know that the papers don't find the CF bickering on here to be interesting, or else you'd all be f**ked.

Anonymous said...

Isn't CF just the Conservative Party Playground giving the kids these made up roles to make them feel important?

Anonymous said...

Cf is for Children at present the Robert slate will win the next general election

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